Rumanian President Nicolae Ceausescu arrived in Dar-Es-Salaam on Monday (March 27) to start a four-day official visit - the sixth stage in his eight-nation Arab and African tour.
GV PAN Traditional dancers at Dar-Es-Salaam airport. (4 shots)
GV Ceausescu's plane taxiing.
SV President Nyerere and party walk towards plane.
SV President and Mrs. Ceausescu leave aircraft.
SV Ceausescu being greeted.
SV Nyerere and Ceausescu walk from plane (3 shots)
SV Children with Rumanian flags.
SV Ceausescu receives ministers and diplomats (2 shots)
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Background: Rumanian President Nicolae Ceausescu arrived in Dar-Es-Salaam on Monday (March 27) to start a four-day official visit - the sixth stage in his eight-nation Arab and African tour. The President is accompanied by his wife Elena, and a sixty-strong delegation headed by Vice-Premier Ioan Patan.
The Rumanian party - which arrived from Lusaka, Zambia - was welcomed by Tanzania's President Julius Nyerere and a large delegation of government and diplomatic representatives.
President Ceausescu has already visited Algeria, the Central African Republic, the People's Republic of the Congo, Zeire and Zambia - following the visit to Tanzania, the tour continues in Sudan and Egypt.
SYNOPSIS: Traditional Tanzanian dancers at Dar-Es-Salaam's airport on Monday, prepare to give a rousing welcome to President Ceausescu of Rumania, as he flies in from Zambia on the sixth leg of his eight-nation African and Arab tour.
The Rumanian President - who had also already visited Algeria, the Central African Republic, the People's Republic of the Congo and Zaire - was greeted by Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere. President Ceausescu - and his wife Elena - were also accompanied by a sixty-strong political, cultural and economic delegation, headed by Vice-Premier Patan. During their four-day stay before continuing their tour to Sudan and Egypt, the Rumanians' were to sign technical and cultural agreements with the Tanzanian government.
Also at the airport to greet President Ceausescu, were members of the Tanzanian government and diplomatic corps.